Is the Chronovisor real and possible

Envoys from the Future - Evidence for Successful Time Travel Thomas Ritter


1 Envoys from the Future - Evidence for Successful Time Travel Page 1 Envoys from the Future - Evidence for Successful Time Travel Thomas Ritter Time travel is a popular topic in science fiction literature. The best-known example of this is probably George Orwell's novel "The Time Machine", which was recently successfully filmed again. But as early as September 26, 1988, the astrophysicists Michael S. Morris, Kip S. Thorne and Ulvi Yurtserver from the renowned California Institute of Technology (CALTECH) published a theory about time travel in the physics journal "Physical Review Letters", which has the somewhat cumbersome title "Wormholes. Time Machines and the Weak Energy Condition" carried. According to this sensational publication, it should be possible for a high-tech civilization to artificially create so-called "wormholes", i.e. openings in our universe, and to convert these into time machines by stabilizing them. The topic was received with great interest in scientific circles, as shown by numerous publications in other specialist magazines such as "Nature" and "New Scientist". As a result, the calculations presented by the three American scientists turned out to be correct. In 1996, the famous English physics theorist Prof. Stephen W. Hawking from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics in Cambridge revealed to the astonished public that time travel is fundamentally possible, without getting involved in so-called "time paradoxes", which are long were considered to be the decisive obstacle to time travel. The book author Ernst Meckelburg took up this topic in several books and numerous articles. He advocates the plausible theory that UFOs are time machines from the future that are controlled by our possibly mutated descendants. You project yourself into the past in order to study it and, if necessary, take corrective action. With his theory, the extraordinary interest that strangers apparently have in the earth and its inhabitants can be convincingly justified. After all, there are several hundred UFO sightings per year for which no "natural" causes can be found. In addition, Meckelburg's theory also explains the astonishing flight maneuvers of foreign machines observed again and again during UFO sightings, which apparently mock classical physics. This would make the UFO pilots less "extraterrestrials" than "extraterrestrials". So it's no longer a question of whether time travel is possible. We must now ask ourselves what indications point to possible interventions in our history by time travelers. First of all, we can assume that there is not only manned time travel, but that the past and future can be explored in a virtual way, i.e. by computer. As early as the fifties of the last century, the Jesuit father Ernetti succeeded in realizing a so-called "time television" a "Chronovisor", as Peter Krassa was able to clearly demonstrate in his book "Your fate is predetermined". After Ernetti's death, the dismantled device is said to have been stored in the Vatican archives. Then in 1984 strange incidents occurred in the house of the English teacher Ken Webster and his partner Debbie Oakes. In Webster's romantic Meadow Cottage, a house built on ancient foundations not far from the traditional British town

2 Envoys from the Future - Evidence for Successful Time Travel Page 2 Chester, massive spooks arose during the renovation work, the causes of which initially remained unexplained. But then Webster, a more rationally thinking contemporary who is more interested in ecological topics than in the paranormal, received messages on a borrowed school computer from an "entity" who was apparently "in the same house" in the 16th century during the reign of Henry VIII Webster wants to have lived. The frequency of computer messages written in pure late Middle English increased. Thereupon Webster made contact with the stranger rather hesitantly. This first reported with the pseudonym Peter Wainman and later with the historically documented name Thomas Harden. A sensational two-way transcommunication developed over centuries. This intensive exchange of ideas should last almost two years. It comprised more than 300 messages and gave Webster an interesting insight into the world of England at that time. For this communication Thomas Harden also claims to have used a computer that was made available to him by a "Zeitexperimentalgruppe 2109". After several months, this experimental group intervened in the communication between Harden and Webster and identified themselves as the trigger for the temporal contact. Webster received a great deal of information about how time bridges came about from the experimenters from the future. The teacher decided to describe the contact outlined here briefly in his book "The vertical plane", which was also published in German in 1993. The value of this extensive documentation cannot be overestimated. A comparison between the presentations of the time experimenters from real time 2109 and those of well-known physicists of our time reveals a wealth of interesting similarities. Everything indicates that the time travel theories and models developed today lead to the level of development that is a matter of course for the time manipulators from the already existing future. It looks a little different when looking for evidence of real, "manned" expeditions into time. However, such anachronisms are also difficult to spot. You have to be a contemporary of things in order to be able to classify them based on their function and appearance, or someone born late who knows about them from tradition. At most, they will appear to the premature baby as curiosities, or as sacred objects, depending on their religiosity or scientific insight. There have been indications for centuries that an event must have taken place in the Mediterranean region, which in all probability represents a time fracture. Strange finds were made in the coastal area of ​​southern Spain and southern Italy, on Malta, Corsica, Sardinia and the Balearic Islands, but above all in Sicily. Due to their almost indestructible nature and their inexplicability, some of these objects are still venerated as relics to this day. These are usually fragments of a light material from a dirty white to yellowish-brown color, which can be mistaken for very old ivory or for the remains of skulls and bones that the sea and the sand have sanded smooth over centuries and deformed beyond recognition . Therefore, the imagination finds an incentive to interpret shape, historicity or even holiness in these fragments and to interpret them as miraculously saved body parts of saints. In San Lorenzo, not far from Reggio in Calabria, a piece of this material eight inches long has been venerated as the forefinger of the prophet Jeremiah for more than 500 years.

3 Envoys from the Future - Evidence for Successful Time Travel Page 3 In Algeciras near Gibraltar a fragment of almost square shape and about twelve centimeters on a side is kept as a relic, which is said to represent the skull of John the Baptist, whose severed head is said to be miraculously preserved was washed up on the Iberian shores. In at least 37 churches in Sicily, supposed fingers and toe bones, upper and lower jaws, ribs and shins of prophets, saints and similar meritorious men rest. But samples of this strange material are not only found in the Mediterranean region. Several such relics are also kept in the monastery of Sankt Marienstern near Kamenz in Saxony. The Cistercian Abbey of St. Marienstern is located on the western edge of an old Sorbian settlement area and can today look back on more than 750 years of uninterrupted monastic history. This is a very rare case of historical continuity. In 1248 some members of the noble von Kamenz family founded this nunnery according to the rules of the Cistercians. Bernhard III made a special contribution to the founding of the monastery. von Kamenz, who had an extraordinary spiritual career. After studying at an Italian university, he held offices in the cathedral chapter of Meissen in the sixties and seventies of the 13th century. From 1279 to 1290 Bernhard lived at the court of Henry IV of Silesia as his chancellor, later he was in the political service of King Wenceslas II of Bohemia. In 1293 Bernhard was elected Bishop of Meissen. When he died in 1296, the clergyman found his grave in the Marienstern monastery he founded. During his lifetime Bernhard III. von Kamenz acquired a great spiritual treasure trove of relics for his monastery. The most precious gift to the monastery was a splinter from the cross of Christ, which Bernhard acquired in Italy in a folding altar made in Byzantium in the 11th century. He also commissioned so-called speaking reliquaries, which in their forms depict the body parts of the relics that are inside: arms, fingers and ribs. The skull relics of John the Baptist and St. James. In Algeciras, Bernhard III. two pieces about the size of a thumbnail from the roof of the skull of John the Baptist mentioned above. The alleged fragments of the skull of St. James come from. In Prague these relics were placed in precious vessels made of gold and silver, with openings allowing the relics to be seen and touched. The bust of St. John and the head of St. James are masterpieces of Gothic sculpture. Unlike most relics made from the curious material, the relics of John the Baptist and St. James can still be viewed in public in the treasury of the St. Marienstern monastery. Now these fragments made of a whitish material could really only be curiosities of an exaggerated medieval cult of relics, if they did not have some extremely interesting peculiarities, which, however, were only discovered in the second half of the twentieth century. The Catholic Church became aware of the strange material when Pope John XXIII. in 1961 commissioned a Vatican scholars' commission to quietly clear the jungle of relics. All those cases should be investigated that are unworthy of worship because they are absurd, embarrassing or even ridiculous.

4 Envoys from the Future - Indications of Successful Time Travel Page 4 Over the course of five years, the commission collected 3786 such cases. According to the scholars' recommendation, 1284 relics were to be forgotten as soon as possible. In the case of another 1544, long-term toleration of veneration should be discouraged. These relics were no longer officially mentioned by the Vatican. Further veneration was tacitly tolerated in 958 cases, although these relics should only be officially mentioned in exceptional cases. During this research it was found that in more than a thousand cases the relics were made of the material described above that, in the judgment of the scholars, looked "like very old, cracked ivory". Some samples of the material were handed over by the commission to the physical cabinet of the Vatican, where they were examined using the methods customary at the time. The radiocarbon method, which was new at the time, was also used, which allows the age of organic materials to be determined. But all tests with it were negative. These relics were not made easy for themselves in the Vatican. The investigations into the mysterious material lasted until Finally, the employees of the physical cabinet came to the conclusion that the material had to be synthetic rather than organic or inorganic. However, the question that remained unanswered was how many centuries before the invention of plastics such a material could emerge, which, moreover, already showed traces of an extremely old age at the time of discovery. The only conceivable way how synthetic material of earthly origin could have gotten into the past was a time machine. Probably as a consequence of this possibility, on the instructions of the then reigning Pope Paul VI. all available and procurable samples of this material are kept under lock and key in the Vatican archives. They can still be found today in what is probably the world's largest collection of strange gadgets, strange devices, manuscripts and works of art. Another strange artifact was discovered as early as 1843 while building fortifications in Gibraltar, when the English extended their position, which they had already conquered in 1704. The main aim was to strengthen the fortifications over the sand spit northeast of Moorish Castle. There the soldiers of the fortress builder Colonel Frank Gilmore, under whose direction the work was carried out, came across heavily weathered iron in a hard layer of clay in a hard layer of clay, mixed with traces of others Substances, including blunt fragments of a granular material that may have been glass. Colonel Gilmore decided to excavate the found artifact, which he documented with true-to-scale drawings. The clay was excavated in 5 inch (approximately 15 cm) thick layers. This was followed by a measurement of the outline, which was documented by a sketch, so that the completely weathered object could then be reconstructed vertically. This reconstruction then showed a strange structure that Colonel Gilmore could not classify. He thought he was digging up a Phoenician chariot. But instead he reconstructed a kind of light and low carriage with four wheels, one for the ancient world

5 Envoys from the Future - Evidence for Successful Time Travel Page 5 Completely unusual construction. Perhaps because of his doubts, Frank Gilmore ultimately refrained from publishing this discovery. Colonel Gilmore had found something that he didn't even know. The automobile was not yet invented in its time. Because it was unquestionably one of these, as the architect Edward George Gilmore Jr., the grandson of the fortress builder, discovered after reviewing the documents in 1898. But even he was not yet able to identify the type of automobile. This was only achieved in 1968 by the teacher and translator Patrick Geston, who two years earlier had been the granddaughter of the architect Gilmore Jr. had married. In the estate of his wife's grandfather, he discovered the documents of the excavations of For him there was no doubt that the vehicle depicted was a jeep that the American military used in large numbers before the introduction of the new "Hummer" off-road vehicle. Frank Gilmore's excavation records are still in the possession of the Gilmore Preston family. In this case, initial evidence shows that certain US military or intelligence agencies are actually experimenting at the time. Reference should also be made to the Philadelphia Experiment, which has already been extensively documented elsewhere, and the so-called Montauk Project. Even in the Old Testament of the Bible there are references to support such a thesis. This applies in particular to the description of the aircraft that the prophet Ezekiel (Ezekiel) called the "appearance of the glory of the Lord". Today it is considered proven that Ezekiel in the period of 592 BC. Until about 570 BC Had strange encounters, which he interpreted as appearances of the Jewish god Yahweh. For a long time, these descriptions of Ezekiel were considered to be one of the strongest arguments of the proponents of the paleo-SETI thesis for the presence of extraterrestrials on earth in ancient times. A reconstruction of the biblical flying machine by NASA engineer Josef Blumrich made a significant contribution to this. Blumrich published the results of his investigations. It was not until the 1990s that his findings were subjected to a critical review by the Swiss technician Christian Forrer. Forrer came to the conclusion that the version of an extraterrestrial lander reconstructed by Blumrich could not be airworthy and that it was constructed in a way too complicated. In contrast, Ezekiel's description fits perfectly with a Bell UH 1 D attack helicopter of American origin that has been in service with the air forces in numerous countries since the 1960s. The author Ilia Papa has proven this convincingly in an extensively researched article. The representation of a helicopter of the UH D series in the Seti Temple of Abydos in Egypt speaks for his view. However, this "Sethos hieroglyph" is considered by the Egyptologists to be a "random collection of different ancient Egyptian characters" which "once consisted of two parts, were puttied over and revised to represent a new name of an ancient Egyptian ruler".

6 Envoys from the Future - Evidence for Successful Time Travel Page 6 The neatly depicted side view of the helicopter, however, speaks against the view of Egyptologists. So we can rightly assume that, at least on the part of the American military, real time travel is already being undertaken. But Americans may not be the only ones who have managed to find a way through time. At least members of the "people of Damanhur" claim to be doing time travel as well. Damanhur is located in Valchiusella, Italy, about 40 kilometers north of Turin. It is one of the largest spiritual communities in Europe, founded back in 1975 by Oberto Airaudi. The residents of Damanhur built a "city in stone", an underground facility the size of an eleven-story building, which is called the "Temple of Man" and is the heart of Damanhur. The Damanhur community and its charismatic leader, Oberto Airaudi, have a strong attraction for spiritual seekers across Europe. Airaudi itself also claims to have built a time machine with which several successful journeys into the past have already been made from Damanhur. Airaudi's statement that no technical objects can be taken on such trips, on the contrary, the "temponauts" would have to travel naked, as the machine only transports organic matter, should be treated with caution. It is more likely to be a protective claim to prevent misuse of the technology. But not only the Damanhur commune is experimenting with time machines in Italy. Obviously the Vatican is also interested in this technology. If one looks at the numerous "Marian apparitions" that have been documented over the centuries, not from a religious point of view as manifestations of the divine, but according to that of Dr. Johannes Fiebag introduced the mimicry hypothesis as projections of a (foreign) intelligence, then the question arises whether the "Chronovisor" of Father Ernetti mentioned at the beginning of this article has possibly been further developed and is used by the Vatican today to assert its interests. The so-called "messages" of the apparitions of Mary, which are always strictly based on the doctrines of the Catholic Church, speak in favor of such a thesis. One has never heard of an apparition of Mary that spread heretical ideas. It is therefore worthwhile to look at the old writings, but also the previous research results in the field of border sciences, from the perspective of successful time travel. Cala Mayor, Mallorca, September 2002 Thomas Ritter Used literature Förster, Lina, Die Nation von Damanhur in Stämme, Heft 9/99 Jeschke, Wolfgang, The last day of creation, Berlin, 1989 Meckelburg, Ernst, visitors from the future in esotera, Issue June 1996 Papa, Ilja, Der Ezekiel Flieger from the Bible in Magazin 2000plus issue July / August 2002